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Kisan Andolan Delhi Today Latest News: Home Minister Amit Shah And Farmers Meeting Today – Farmers to meet Home Minister Amit Shah today, will ask questions in ‘Yes’ or ‘No’


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Tue, 08 Dec 2020 06:27 PM IST

Union Home Minister Amit Shah
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Farmers today called for a Bharat Bandh with the demand for withdrawal of new agricultural laws. Several rounds of talks have been held between the farmers’ organizations and the central government to resolve these issues, but so far they have not seen any significant impact. At the same time, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will meet with the farmers today i.e. on Tuesday.

Farmer leaders have said that when they meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah, they will only ask for ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to their demands. Farmer leader RS ​​Mansa said at a press conference held on the Singhu border, ‘There is no middle ground. We will ask Home Minister Amit Shah to answer only yes or no in today’s meeting. ‘

Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait said, “We will have a meeting with the Home Minister at seven o’clock this evening. We are going to the Singhu border right now and from there we will go to the Home Minister. According to information, a 13-member team of farmers will meet Shah. It is noteworthy that Home Minister Amit Shah has called farmers for the first time.

Farmer leader RS ​​Mansa claimed that the central government has bowed to ‘Bharat Bandh’. Another leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni said that ‘Bharat Bandh’ was successful and the central government now knows that it has no way out. Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav said the bandh was called at around 10,000 places in 25 states.

Farmer leaders said that the protesters would not go to Burari grounds as it was an ‘open prison’. He demanded permission to perform at Ramlila Maidan. Farmer leaders said that they do not want to disturb the people of Delhi and Haryana. Explain that on Wednesday, the farmers will have the sixth round of talks with the Union ministers.

1. Rakesh Tikait
2. Gurnam Chadhuni
3. Abuses Mulla
4. Shivkumar Hakka
5. Balbir Singh
6. Jagjit Singh
7. Ruldu Singh Mansa
8. Manjit Singh Rai
9. Butta Singh Burujgil
10. Harinder Singh Lakhowal
11. Darshan Pal
12. Kulwant Singh Sandhu
13. Bhog Singh Mansa

Farmers today called for a Bharat Bandh with the demand for withdrawal of new agricultural laws. Several rounds of talks have been held between the farmers’ organizations and the central government to resolve these issues, but so far they have not seen any significant impact. At the same time, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will meet with the farmers today i.e. on Tuesday.

Farmer leaders have said that when they meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah, they will only ask for ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to their demands. Farmer leader RS ​​Mansa said at a press conference held on the Singhu border, ‘There is no middle ground. We will ask Home Minister Amit Shah to answer only yes or no in today’s meeting. ‘

Indian Farmers Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait said, “We will have a meeting with the Home Minister at seven o’clock this evening. We are going to the Singhu border right now and from there we will go to the Home Minister. According to the information, a 13-member team of farmers will meet Shah. It is noteworthy that Home Minister Amit Shah has called farmers for the first time.

Farmer leader RS ​​Mansa claimed that the central government has bowed to ‘Bharat Bandh’. Another leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni said that ‘Bharat Bandh’ was successful and the central government now knows that it has no way out. Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav said the bandh was called at around 10,000 places in 25 states.

Farmer leaders said that the protesters would not go to Burari grounds as it was an ‘open prison’. He demanded permission to perform at Ramlila Maidan. Farmer leaders said that they do not want to disturb the people of Delhi and Haryana. Explain that on Wednesday, the farmers will have the sixth round of talks with the Union ministers.

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